Situated in South West Province of Cameroon, Bakossiland features in the English speaking portion of Cameroon and other spoken languages include akosse [Bakossi dialect] and Pidgin English. Some members of the community also speak French. The Bakossi people are very humble and trusting people who will welcome any stranger into their home as their culture demands.
Cameroon is in West Africa boarding Nigeria to the west, Chad to the northeast, Central African Republic to the east and Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and the Republic of the Congo to the south.
While Cameroon is not the largest country in Africa, in some ways it's as large as Africa itself. Known as "Africa in miniature" it features French and English speaking portions, Muslim and Christian dominated regions, the tallest mountain in West Africa and terrain that includes rain forest, desert plains, mountains and high plateaus.
Cameroon is a diverse and multi ethnic country. Western tourism is rare; most of the country's tourists come from Europe (predominantly Belgium).